South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa said this morning that he will receive a coronavirus vaccine, to demonstrate it’s safety and efficacy. The president Tweeted:
“The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been shown in extensive trials to be safe and efficacious and will protect our health care workers from illness and death from COVID-19. To demonstrate our confidence in this vaccine and help allay any fears that people may have, the Minister of Health and I will join the first health care workers to receive the vaccine in Khayelitsha.”
Hang on, did he say Johnson & Johnson? He did didn’t he? He’s going to take the Johnson & Johnson vaccine? I wouldn’t take a condom from Johnson & Johnson. This is a company that couldn’t make talcum powder without killing people. I mean, how difficult could it be, to manufacture a safe talcum powder? Johnson & Johnson couldn’t manage it.
Three years ago, a US court ordered J&J to pay $4.7 billion to 22 women who claimed that the companies talcum powder gave them ovarian cancer. A class action against the company was made up of nearly 10,000 plaintiffs. Talc is a mineral. It is mined. It is often located in close proximity to asbestos. J&J knew as far back as the 1970’s that its powder was contaminated. The company was fully aware and sold it anyway, knowing that it would be used on babies. Think about that.
Pharmaceutical corporations are among the most evil entities on Planet Earth. J&J isn’t alone. All of the Covid vaccines, have been rushed out by corporations that have had to pay out tens of billions of dollars in damages and fines over the years. All of them. So why then, did our governments grant these charlatans immunity from prosecution in the event their Covid vaccines caused harm?
The answer is obvious. The vaccines will cause harm. It’s happening already, as we know. If South African President Ramaphosa is really going to take the Johnson & Johnson jab, he should have his head examined. He says he is doing it to “boost confidence” in the jab. In reality, South African’s will have to take his word for it. I’m not sure that I would.
Oh, by the way, back in August, the UK ordered 30 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine ahead of its approval by the regulator. What times we live in.